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πŸ–¨οΈ Nozzles Printer Extruder: Makerbot vs Creality - A Comparative Analysis Review

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Parameter and Specifications: Input diameter 2.00mm, Output diameter 0.2 mm, out thread M6, Thread length 4mm; a set of 10pcs printer nozzles and 3 pcs stainless steel needles. And the outer surface is marked with a size, So you can easily identify the specifications of the nozzle. Applicability and Compatibility: Our nozzles fit for 3D Printer Makerbot Creality CR-10, MK8 Makerbot Reprap Prusa I3, compatible with all 1.75mm PLA ABS 3D printer. Fit exactly like the original. Precision Process: Made with centering CNC precision automatic lathe and one-time forming technology, make sure the input and output holes are concentric and the interior of nozzle is smooth without burrs. Due to all of above, not only reduce the resistance, avoid blocking of the filament on the rounded chamfer, but also provide a long service life, make out of filament more smoother. Precise Design: Cutting with the diamond knife, make the contact surface more flat, so it can prevent printhead from leakage effectively and avoid nozzles clogging. Each of our kit only comes in a single size, so you can feel free mix and match!.

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Revainrating 1 out of 5

You get what you pay for

Always buy injectors from trusted sources. I bought them because they are so cheap and seem to have good reviews. I was new to 3D printing and randomly ran into problems. I replaced my extruder, my motors, added auto bed leveling, replaced ALL HEAT, I even changed the nozzle a few times, everything seemed better after that, but not for long! After learning more and more and now trying jets from more reputable sources I can say with confidence that these jets are complete crap, I threw what I…

Pros
  • Easy to read control panel
Cons
  • New competitors are here

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I love these nozzles.

I really like these tips. A friend recently recommended me some high-priced hardened steel nozzles. 2 x 0.4 nozzles for $30. And I absolutely hated her. They kept clogging and the print quality was unpredictable at best. I threw them away and went back to those brass fittings. These tips wear out quickly with each abrasive fiber. But that's to be expected from any brass nozzle. However, the print quality is good enough and they're cheap enough to throw away after a few weeks of use. It's the…

Pros
  • High test scores for hold and durability
Cons
  • Not as thick as the others

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Avoid: Expensive Junk

Don't trust these baits. Wanted some 0.4mm bits and it looked like a good choice. Every nozzle I used was clogged. The alignment test and temporary tower were fine, but halfway through my test print it kept clogging or dripping, and what little that printed looked like it was covered in cobwebs. I figured it must be thermal creep because I had clogs that went all the way to the Bowden tube replacing part of the hot end. nope I heard a knock from my extruder and switched to a Creality all-metal…

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  • Best in Niche
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